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Posted on Friday, April 25 2003 @ 10:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

CoolerMaster Cooldrive3
Cooler Master sent us there newest hard drive cooler on the market, the CoolDrive 3. The CoolDrive 3 boasts itself as a quiet hard drive cooler that looks cool. Looks are getting very important to the computer buyer, but performance is still where the money is at. This review will examine both performance and looks of the Cooler Master Cool Drive 3.

Review Link : A True Review

Keyspan Digital Media Remote review
So you want to control your computer sitting on the couch, in the other room, or in your bed? Well, Keyspan makes a nice media IR(Infrared) remote control that is compatible with both Windows and Mac. Does it have all the expectations that I thought it would?

Review Link : Geekshelter

Enermax 460w Power Supply
The main housing of the power supply isn't much different in most respects, but there are two features that are worth noting. First off is the 92mm fan on the bottom of the PSU. Most power supplies have either one or two 80mm fans, but Enermax has gone a bit further by putting an 80mm and a 92mm. The 92mm fan is clear, while the 80mm is black. Both of the fans are quiet fans that are controlled by thermal sensors. One sensor is located within the PSU, while the other is outside on a little wire...

Review Link : The Tech Lounge

What do you get when you put a Shuttle Small Form Factor PC, an LCD monitor, a Nissan Serena and some creativity in the mixing pot?
A Carputer! Wondering what Marauder's CarPuter Project is all about? Check this article out now!"

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Blue Chenming X-Pider Aluminum Case Review
Chenming has done a great job on the X-pider, delivering a lightweight, well ventilated, visually appealing case, at a respectable price. Although there are a few small things which I would have liked to have seen different, I won’t hold it against it. The only major thing which I missed was a filter over the intake fan. In the end, this case is one which I would personally purchase for myself. For those looking for a high quality modded tower with a good deal of the basics taken care already, the X-Pider is a great choice, and for all the experienced modders/enthusiasts, it’s a great starting block.

Review Link : MonkeyReview

About the Author

Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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